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AeNwis launches ‘open2save’ online venture for retail industry

28-May-2008
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AeNwis launches ‘open2save’ online venture for retail industry

Bangalore-based AeNwis e-Systems, a multi-channel target marketing and promotions management service, has launched ‘open2save’, an innovative online venture for the retail industry. AeNwis is promoted by Vaibhav Tewari and Sridhar Turaga, the Co-founders of iSeva, which was rated as one of the top rated BPO services companies in India.

The service has been launched in Bangalore, Mumbai and Pune and already has one of the largest and most comprehensive collections of best deals for consumers in these three cities. The company aims to launch this service in at least 20 cities by the end of the year.

Through open2save, the founders aim to bring various innovative offers to the consumer market place in India. open2save claims to be India’s largest aggregator of all deals and discounts available in the retail market and is one of the first offerings from AeNwis.

Announcing the launch, Vaibhav Tewari, CEO, AeNwis, said, “open2save is the most comprehensive and preferred destination for all Indian consumers to help them make smart choices for what to buy, where to buy and when to buy. On this platform, we are bringing together the largest collection of brands, manufacturers, retailers and service providers across the country and offer the right deal for the consumers at all times.”

He added, “The aim is to bring the best value for every rupee consumers spend on any category. We also want to help them save time. That’s why we are bringing all the information for them in one place. We aim to bring the most customised offers for all our customers so that they get the maximum benefit from the retail revolution in India.”

open2save has 800 retailers in their network and project the number to be 2,000 within the next few months. Tewari said, “We aim to have at least 10,000 retailers on our network by year end.”

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